SVG Summit Technology Showcase Preview, Part 3
The 2021 SVG Summit is fast approaching and will host the largest exhibit of sports-specific production gear. In the days leading up to the Summit, SVG is highlighting the Technology Showcases that will be on display at the New York Hilton Midtown on Dec. 13-14.
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Calrec will show an Artemis console with ImPulse core. Artemis is responsive, flexible, and reliable, providing compact size with undiminished routing and processing capability. The powerful ImPulse processing and routing engine gives Artemis SMPTE 2110 connectivity and support for NMOS discovery and connection management.
Lawo will highlight its NAB Show 2021 Product of the Year Award-winning Lawo HOME for IP-based media infrastructures, which helps connect, manage, and secure all aspects of live-production environments. Also highlighted: the new diamond modular radio and TV console based on AES67/RAVENNA Audio-over-IP networking standards, complying with SMPTE ST 2110-30/31 | SMPTE ST 2022-7 standards. New developments for the company’s V__matrix platform will also be shown.
Broadcast-supply company Markertek will feature its Sescom family of audio cables, adapter, extenders, and hardware, along with the FA Series fiber audio products.
Riedel will showcase groundbreaking technologies designed to pave the way to the IP future. Attendees will experience the power and versatility of the new ultra-dense IP processing modules MediorNet MuoN, FusioN and VirtU, the full IP intercom node Artist-1024 with Bolero integration, as well as the 1200 Series SmartPanel multifunctional user interfaces with their steadily expanding range of apps.
RTS will display its family of digital matrices, partyline systems, keypanels, beltpacks, and headsets, with the spotlight on the new RTS Digital Partyline system (OMS OMNEO Main Station and DBP Digital Beltpack); ODIN (OMNEO Digital Intercom Matrix); ROAMEO multi-channel, license-free wireless, KP-Series keypanels; and the VLink virtual-intercom app.
Sennheiser is dedicated to shaping the future of audio and creating unique sound experiences for its customers. At this year’s SVG Summit, Sennheiser is happy to present industry-standard broadcast headsets, new intermodulation-free wireless technologies, and our dearVR MONITOR, a solution that allows for reliable mixing of immersive audio over headphones.
Shure will showcase its portfolio of location-sound products for sports broadcast. Focused on the ADX5D portable dual-channel receiver, the exhibit will also offer demos of TwinPlex lavalier mics, Wireless Workbench, PSM for IFB solutions, shotgun mics, and more.
Among the latest Solid State Logic (SSL) AoIP-based broadcast-production solutions on display will be new System T V3.1 software, which introduces pay-as-you-go DSP licensing via new TE1 and TE2 Tempest Engines, allowing broadcasters to flexibly scale processing capabilities according to broadcast-production requirements. Attendees will learn how System T offers ahead-of-the-curve decentralized production capabilities, large-scale remote-production solutions, and multi-operator workflows, easily managing at-home production requirements.
Telos Alliance will be at SVG Summit representing its comprehensive line of audio solutions to the sports-broadcast market. Among the brands and products to be displayed this year are Telos: Infinity and VIP intercom; Axia Audio: AES67 consoles — on-premises and in the cloud; Omnia Audio: radio processing — on-air, streaming, and on-demand; Linear Acoustic: NextGen Audio for television; Minnetonka Audio: file-based audio processing and orchestration.
TSL Products will showcase its range of audio-monitoring products, including its PAM-IP, MPA and SAM-Q lines. TSL Audio supports traditional, hybrid, and IP infrastructures with SDI, ST 2110 and ST 2022-6, and MADI solutions. All are designed to provide an operational experience that is both simple and intuitive with the ability to manage and monitor audio within an IP infrastructure. Also on display will be its Flex Control Network and Tallyman products for advanced broadcast control.
Part 4 and 5 of this SVG Summit Technology Showcase Preview series will run later this week! For more information, visit www.thesvgsummit.com.